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November 11, 1971

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Culture Workshop ton Corrections held its first public Corrections Center Outside participants . various parts of the included Clarence ~0rdinator of the Minority Coalition; coordinator for Resource Training a representative from Employment Agency Robert R. Raines, of the Corrections Was there, and said he per cent behind and was confident to everyone ]amie Johnson, a ty of Washington, Student was there from the beginning the workshop and time to its coming about the Black relationship in hOUsehold, and the female to get work male counterpart :ares of merit for in the Black presented to Paul Tabor, Mrs. .nSon, and Robert Instructor in Black recognition was Sakuma, who Plaque featured at ~latform. Culture Workshop of all races, SOcial backgrounds. CUlture workshop at THE ANNUAL Scout-O-Rama has created an unusual amount of interest at the Executive Mansion this year. Gov. Dan Evans, a former Eaqle Scout and long active as a Scout leader, has two sons who are Cub Scouts and will be participatinq in this year's event Saturday at Capital Pavilion on the St. Martin's College campus. Here, the Governor helps his sons, Mark, (center) and Danny pour candles. Mark and Danny and the other Cubs in Pack 3 will be making candles and carving initials on them in their booth at the Scout-O-Rama. Danny is completing his third year in Cub Scouts and Mark is just beginning. The Evans boys will be among the 3,000 Cubs, Scouts and Explorers from Thurston and Mason counties who will be participating in one way or another in this event. The Scout-O-Rama starts at 2 p.m. Saturday and runs to 9 p.m. Tickets are $1 for adults and children accompanied by their parents are admitted free. Proceeds go to help each individual Scout unit and to the Scout Council's camping program. interested in the finding themselvesThirty-seven Scout units frombe musical or dance groups Tickets are $1.00 for adults. are confined there. Thurston and Mason Counties are performing. And of course, there Children accompanied by parents that this can be putting the finishing touches on will be refreshments which will be are admitted free. Scouts are in seven phases: their booths for the annual sold for the benefit of selling tickets door-to-door history, the Black Scout-O-Rama Saturday from 2 Morningside School. throughout Thurston and Mason Black arts, Black to 9 p.m. at Capital Pavilion on A large number of dignitariescounties now and tickets can be sculpture, Blackthe St. Martin's College campus, are expected to be present. They purchased at the door on Black music. If There will be a wide variety of include GoT. Dan Evans who has Saturday. well, they will activities, including exhibits, two Cub Scout sons participatingP r o ceeds from the identity taken d c m o n s t r a t i o n s a n d in the Scout-O-Rama. Scout-O-Rama willbenefit the trmsago, entertainment. There will be Invitations have also been individual Scout units who of all races and something of interest for every extended to other top state participate and the Scout 'king together to member of the family, according . officials, to the county Council's program for the entire , gs of oneto General Chairman James M. commissioners and city officials two-county area :Corrections Center. Dolliver. in Thurston and Mason counties, Mason County Units which Culture Workshop Booth activities will range the state legislators from the area, will be participating include Pack by James Taylor, from demonstrations of cooking the county sheriffs, leaders of 155, sponsored by the LDS L. Simpson, and whittling to construction of a U G N a n d o t h e r y o u t I1 Church, colonial days puppets; H,. Long; Harold drawbridge and a dn can smasher, organizations, and to the Scouts' Troop 11, ltoodsport, tin can Henderson. The Every hour on the hour, there will sustaining members, cookery; Troop 112 sponsored by both staff and Dolliver, as general chairman, the Kiwanis Club, firebuilding; contributed time will emcee the event. Troop 1 5 5, LDS Church, meetstwice New Pastor Sub-chairman for the signalling; Troop 160, Faith the Corrections Scout-O-Rama, working under Lutheran Church, tents and Starts Duties Dolliver, are Art Kramer, Selcamping; Explorer Post 701, VanderWegen, James Hubenthal,chemistry of wood; Explorer Post Rev. Ed H. Brothers and wife Nell McReynolds, At Brooks, 711, scuba diving, and Explorer were welcomed with a surpriseJerry Harper, Gordon Craig, Ross Post 723, law enforcement. potluck and food shower afterKincaid, and Dean Palmer. ts Planned conducting their first service Nov. "The Scout-O-Rama is the ~- ~ 7 at Skokomish Indian Assembly total Scout program come alive in | ca, us about ~_.~t/@/?/~ log the electricalof God church located on one afternoon and evening," / O~I~K PJ~RK system serving Highway 10l, just north of the Dolliver said. "It is the Scouts' / A Planner 1,4"k~'~..l{~ ldences and a fish Bremerton turn-off, opportunity to show their | unit Development ~,~ near Cushman Dam Rev. Mr. Brothers was parents, neighbors, friends at the | 426-2646 approved by the graduated from Northwest general public what they can do." I H1MLIE REALTY, INC.'~ Utility Board College of the Assemblies of God, su rrounds Lake was recently a fish rearing pond Game Dept., Lake ~ment Co. and electrical system a half century first of the two was constructed, Light Supt. J. nex SSing by KODAK A great little camera pack- aged with everything you need to take great p~c- Lures I0 COLOR PRINT Special ,7 C0t0R PRINT 1.25 Special KODACHROME II Kirkland, where he majored in theology and minored in missions and Christian education. Since graduation Brothers has pastored several churches in the Northwest including Indian churches at Elwha, near Port Angeles; Little Boston, near Kingston and Lapwai near Lewiston, Idaho. He plays a trumpet and his wife plays organ, piano, and accordian. She also teaches piano. McConnell's Only 89 99 Shelton Hurry! Supplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only 1 Only. Reg. $24.50 * 3 only. Reg. $27.95 2 Only, Reg. $37.50 1/ Some with free Ladies Schick Razor! FROM 00 UP We have a fine selection of THANKSGIVING CARDS 'l Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 Special Fores The U.S. Forest Service office here has applied for a program under the Youth Conservation Corps program. The proposal is for a group of 40 boys between the ages of 15 and 18 to be housed at the Satsop Guard Station on the Olympic National Forest under the program. Curtis Coffman, who is with the Forest Service office here, worked with a group of boys in the program at Spirit Lake last year and found that it was very successful. Under the program, federal money is provided for the program which is worked through the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, U. S. Park Serviceand Fish and Wildlife Service. Coffma,l said tile group he worked with was a pilot project at Spirit Lake with 25 boys from the Vancouver and Battleground areas. He stated about bOO boys had applied for the program, and, of those 25 were chosen. The primary requirements were a C or better average in school, no police record, and an interest in the environment and conservation. Coffman said an effort was made to select boys from different social backgrounds with different interests. The selection, he said, was gram escr~ made in cooperation with he said, since the camp ground would be similar to the one on counselors in the high schools was opened before the boys which he worked at Spirit Lake. which expressed an interest in completed their two months inCoffman said. having boys go into the program, the program. The Satsop Guard Station An important part of the The boys were allowed to go would be an excellent location, he program, Coffman said, was a home twice during the two said, since it already has the requirement of a minimum of two months, Coffman said. Weekendfacilities needed for living there. hours of conservation education activities which were arranged There are numerous projects in each day. included hiking, fishing, boating which the boys could be used to The students were paid on theand others, good advantage, Coffman said. minimum wage scale rate and aHe said the boys were divided fee for food and housing was into crews and rotated among the deducted. The program at Spirit various projects so they got to do CHARACTER: That which Lake ran for two months, fromsomething different every week. reveals moral purpose, exposing June 15 to Aug. 15. The program for which the the class of things a man chooses lte stated the program gave Forest Service here has applied or avoids. Aristotle the boys an opportunity to live a w a y fr o m ho me a n d t o e a r n ~-~--------~-----~-------~---~-~---~---~-~=~-~===~==-~-~---~--~=-~--~-- some money through theirown Tasty Treats From Local Waters effort. You'll Like Our Seafood Menu C'offman said some of the Come Out And Try . . . projects in which the boys STEAMED With CLAMS Butter $1.50 worked were trail building and .~:i:::;~;~!~;~:!~!~::!:~:~;~:~!~;Z~;:i~:.~Z~!~.;!~:~;:~ maintenance, planting trees in a clear cut area, cutting undesirable Red Alder out of an area which ~ If YOU Appreciate Choice Steaks Prepared to Perfection You'll was being reforested, some Love Ours... pre-commercial thinning, working nm EYE .$2.50 on control devices in an erosion .......... area, and construction of a camp ground. New Luncheon Specials Daily The camp ground project was OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Except Monday a good one, Coffman said. The boys laid out the camp grounds, designed the camping areas, assembled and installed pre-cast fire places and picnic tables and Phone 1 Mile S. of other installations. 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